Thursday, September 19, 2019

Steak ‘n Shake, graduation tickets discussed at spring Town Hall

Jillian Kurtz At Student Government Association’s semesterly Town Hall meeting held on March 13, Florida Southern administrators addressed the official Steak ‘n Shake contract as...

Florida Southern to partner with Lakeland Regional Health

Peter Edgar, Abby McHenry, and Erin Daugherty In an effort to provide better health services to students, the Student Health Center (SHC) is modifying its...

City of Lakeland hires new Assistant City Manager

 Jillian Kurtz  Emily Colón was announced as the new Assistant City Manager for the City of Lakeland on Feb. 25.  Colón and Ocea Lattimore were selected...

Retired Fla. Supreme Court Justice to join FSC faculty

Jillian Kurtz Retired Florida Supreme Court Justice and Florida Southern alumni R. Fred Lewis will be Florida Southern’s newest faculty member in the expansion of...

United Methodist Church upholds ban on ordination and marriage of LGBTQ members

Elisa White The United Methodist Church (UMC) decided to uphold a ban on same-sex marriage and LGBTQ clergy in a Tuesday vote. Delegates gathered from Feb....

Lakeland to improve accessibility

 Victoria Salvatore  A public input open house meeting was held at the Lakeland Public Library on Feb. 19, regarding Lakeland’s Americans with Disabilities Act Self-Evaluation...

NASA says goodbye to Opportunity, Mars rover

 Hannah Kiester After 15 years of Mars exploration, the rover, Opportunity’s mission has officially been called to an end. NASA lost contact with the rover in...

Campus dining options to expand

Mady Lauderman The possible Steak ‘n Shake, which was proposed at Town Hall last semester, has become more definite as a new food option on...

MSC hosts Black History Month programs

Sophia Gonzalez Florida Southern’s Multicultural Student Council (MSC) will be hosting a variety of events throughout the month of February in honor of Black History...

FSC students have night at the theater in Orlando

Sarah Oulman Discover Florida hosted a free event for Florida Southern that brought students to the Orlando Shakespeare Theater on Feb. 7. There, students had...

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Freshman Class put on Constitution Day

Lexi Potter Constitution Day is hosted by the freshman class each year as part of their introductory political science class requirements. Each year, the Freshman students...

First farmers market of the year took place Sept. 11

Sophia Gonzalez Florida Southern College is bringing back the farmers market on Sept. 11, following the positive reaction it received from students last semester.  The first...

Athletics cancels all home events the week of Sept. 2 due to Dorian

Mikaela Queen Update: Sept. 2, 12 p.m. Because of changes to Hurricane Dorian's track, select athletic events will return to their original date and time. Rescheduled events: ...